Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Coffin Hop has started : 2012 Linky List

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How will your book stand out among millions of competing worksThere is a fantastic way to gain exposure for your book, right here on this blog: Guest Posting

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Being a fantasy author can be strange some times.  Well, a lot of times really.  You see, it is a prerequisite that you have not just an active imagination, but an over-active imagination.  A fantasy author is always seeing visions, well I am anyway.  Hallucinations, weird images – and not all of them induced by alcohol or other assorted substances.  It goes with the territory, because if you want to write these things, you need to see them as well, at least in the privacy of your own head.

What else do you see inside the privacy of your own head?  Anyone? Surely we all have a self image or a picture of ourselves.  What’s yours?  Some of you guys I could guess.  Who wants to own up to the image of a girl in white, riding her horse across a long down, hair flowing in the wind?  Or of…

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Jen McConnel

I’m pleased to bring you another Bewitching Book Tour.  Today, I’ve got some teaser material from UNGENTLE SLEEP, a historical ghost story by B. Lloyd.  Check it out and enjoy!

Dust, darkness and cobwebs.

Snrrip,snip went the scissors.

A scrabbling, a squealing as Genus Rattus made his escape; some things are beyond the pale even for rodents of the night.

Snrrip, snrrip. Snip, snap.

Another cobweb, hanging by a thread. Snip went the scissors again. The thread snapped, the cobweb floated in drunken, gyrating fashion till it was swallowed up in shadow.


Ungentle Sleep B.Lloyd

Genre: paranormal/historical fiction

Publisher: Captive Press


Number of pages: approx 69

Word Count: 13,146

Cover Artist: B.Lloyd

Book Trailer


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Book Description:


When Aubrey Marchant’s engagement to Eleanor Maydew was announced to his friends, he received mixed blessings.

‘The Maydews are a bohemian lot – not…

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